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I've listened to, and liked, several books in this series, but this one really seems to hit its stride. While all seem helpful, I like that this one moves at a good pace, and is quite useful on a practical level. One note--not for beginners, though you don't have to be very advanced. Even though they explain the vocabulary and grammar involved, it seems to me it would have been a challenge not to have known both beforehand. I think this is a great review for creating conversation in french.
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This digital audiobook was a great experience. I used to panic by just hearing the term "French Verbs. But Mark Frobose has demystified and made it so accessible to learn and understand verbs that it was no more a "Learning Monster" for me. I immediately downloaded this great program to my smartphone to use everywhere I go. It is an easy way to grasp French verbs in native context without even thinking about grammar. I have been looking for this type of book for a long long time, and I got lucky when I stumbled Power French Verbs 2. This program has increased my knowledge in a very efficient and convenient manner. All thanks to the book and the team who has presented such an amazing technique for learning French verbs in all tenses so quickly and easily. I highly recommend this program to anyone wishing to really learn French and "enjoy the process" as they say.
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If this book wasn’t for you, who do you think might enjoy it more?
The author describes himself as America's most trusted language teacher. However, altho his website promises to respond to queries within 48 hours I sent in two queries weeks ago (an initial query and a follow up) and both were completely ignored.
Would you ever listen to anything by Mark Frobose again?
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
Well, five stars for the story is of course a fib. There is no story.
I have an A level in French from a hundred years ago and I have been listening to French language podcasts in the car for a long time. My mission is to bring my French back to a half decent conversational standard. With the podcasts I keep leaping ahead mentally and wanting to change the tense of sentences. Wishing I could remember with confidence how to say things such as 'should have' or 'used to' etc.
What this little gem does is take a verb and put it through its paces with some examples and with lots of the basics.
Already, this has become my go to listening for ten or twenty minutes a day. I am not using any paper text to supplement.